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Christ Church Essendon

Page history last edited by Lenore Frost 2 months, 1 week ago

Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918

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A copperwork honour board at Christ Church, Essendon. (Photo:  Lenore Frost)

 

Christ Church Seccessionists.

A very impressive service was held on   the 25th March last at the Evangelical Hall, Mt. Alexander road, Essendon, in connection with the unveiling of an honour board to the young men of the church and school who have gone to fight for God, King and Empire in the great war. The preacher, Mr. Thos. MacDonald, who, during the service, unveiled the honour board, made a stirring appeal to those present to fight under the banner of the Lord Jesus Christ. The City of Essendon was represented by the Mayor (Cr. S. Pynor), Cr. and Mrs. Fenton, Cr. and Mrs. Nattrass and Cr. Lyons. The collections for the day were £4 15s, which will be given to the Red Cross Funds. Church of England services are held in this hall every Sunday, to which a hearty invitation is given to all.

 

Christ Church Seccessionists. (1917, April 5). The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter (Moonee Ponds, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), p. 2 Edition: Morning.. Retrieved May 10, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article74602164

 

 

 

"Presented by William Frederick Salmon and family to commemorate the sacrifices overseas

in the Great War of members of this church including Percy William Salmon, Lieut;

Herbert George Colclough; Muriel  Daphne Colclough". (Photo:  Lenore Frost)

 

Percy Salmon was W F Salmon's only son.  Muriel Daphne was a daughter, and

Herbert George Colclough his son-in-law.

 

 

Avery C S

Bale C*

Barnes J

Beck C H*

Berrill S G

Blundell G A*

Blundell J*

Bonnick J G*

Brooks J H

Brown W*

Burkitt F D

Burkitt R A*

Charlwood AEC*

Clark V W R

Colclough H G H

Coles D F C*

Conron L C

Coulsell R P*

Cranwell A*

Cripps C J

Davis R S

Davis S G S

Dooley N H

Dooley  O L C (Sis)

Dossetor H A

Durham F W

Eade J R*

Eades A B *

Eades W J

Elgar J

Elgar M

Elgar R

Farrant E R J

Farrant O C H*

Faulds A L

Faulds W E

Forde W

Fountain E F

Fynmore J

Gell C F K

Good J B

Goodall H T

Goodwin H K

Goodwin J E

Graves H S *

Graves E I L

Graves R R R

Greene W W *

Harrison J *

Hazzard P D

Heathcote C S *

Heathcote L W

Heathcote R

Hewitt (Sis) W M

Hewitt R M*

Hodges P D

Hooper A L

James B P*

Johnson W A

King W G*

Kirkland A

Kirkland J*

Kirkland W

Landon H*

Landon W M*

Latimer H*

Latimer S

Lawrence F

Little R C *

Locke H H

Locke R C

Macewan E L

Marshall J *

Memery H V

Moody C T

Morgan D

Musgrove A C

Paine P

Pattison W A

Philburn A

Randall G A

Randall J

Reville A J*

Rice G *

Royle J E

Salamon E R*

Salmon P W*

Semple H F

Sheppard S H*

Snape H J*

Snape R

Snowden R

Speed H P*

Spencer F

Tatterson J

Taylor H R*

Taylor W A *

Thomas W C

Thompson H W*

Tilley B

Tilley H

Turner H T

Tytherleigh JAC*

Tyzack L

Tyzack O

Wade E J

Wade W C

Ward A H

Whiteside J*

Whiteside W F*

Wight W R

Yates K

 

 

 

"AMDC. This stone is placed here by Senator Brigadier-General H E Elliott, CB, CMG, DCO. DSM, BA,

LLM,  8th May 1920, to commemorate the sacrifices in the Great War for Righteousness, 1914-1919.

The Most Rev Henry Lowther Clarke, DD, DCL, Archbishop of Melbourne, ThL, Vicar.  D R Dossetor,

architect.  C W Ward, Builder".     (Photo: Lenore Frost, 2011)

 

Brief History of Christ Church Essendon

 

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